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Sprint to the finish

By Jon Mitchell

LAKEWOOD — Jacob Hahn had every reason to feel grateful Saturday afternoon at the Class 5A state track and field meet. He also had every reason to feel horrible. The negative was being disqualified ion the 300-meter hurdles. He opted ...


The Class of 2A

By Jon Mitchell

LAKEWOOD — The Class 2A team championship for the Paonia girls track and field team has been a long time in the making. The same can be said about the team title for the Cedaredge boys. Saturday afternoon, the Paonia girls became only ...

Santa Fe, Yavapai join field for JUCO

By Patti Arnold

Now, Johnny Wiggs’ assistant coaches will be able to talk about their own Grand Junction experience. “I have a couple of new assistants who are tired of hearing about 2009,” the Santa Fe College (Florida) baseball coach said ...

Palisade’s Shuman hurdles competition to win 110 state title

By Jon Mitchell

LAKEWOOD — Jay Shuman has been fighting shin splints all season long. But after winning the state championship in the Class 4A 110-meter hurdles, the Palisade High School senior didn’t feel any pain. Shuman won in 14.63 seconds, ...


Behind the times

By Katie Langford

“Romeo and Juliet” still ends the same way and there are still the same number of electrons in an atom of nitrogen, but the textbooks and resources in School District 51 are long overdue for an update, according to district staff. ...


Home-course advantage

By Dale Shrull

It was a battle of locals at the Grand Junction Off-Road 30-mile race on Saturday. Bobby Brown and Robb Parsons know the trails and consider the grueling course their own playground, so they knew they’d have an advantage. But there were ...

Angelo State, St. Edward’s advance to South Central Region tourney title game

By Patti Arnold

Angelo State has relied on its experience winning the NCAA Division II South Central Region title one year ago at Suplizio Field to return to this year’s title game. “Huge,” Angelo coach Kevin Brooks said Saturday after the ...


Embrace the sting

By Meredith Swett Walker

It is hard to think of a creature less likely to inspire warm, fuzzy feelings than the scorpion. They have pincers, an intimidating stinger, and are rumored to hide in shoes. Plus, they are hard to categorize and this makes humans ...


Man escapes burning building

By Staff

An unidentified man was seriously injured when he escaped a burning house Saturday by shattering and then climbing through the front window, according to witnesses at the scene and officials with the Grand Junction Fire Department. The man ...


GJ ranger wins BLM award

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management Ranger of the Year for 2015 is Frank Stepleton, who works in the Grand Junction Field Office. Stepleton was recognized for his efforts in building multi-agency working relationships, as well as enhancing the ...

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